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“Great Hot chocolate but expensive bakery products”
Review of Roladin

Roladin
Ranked #108 of 733 Restaurants in Jerusalem
Certificate of Excellence
Dining options: Breakfast
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Dining options: Breakfast
Reviewed February 21, 2013

This review is for the Roladin Bakery in Modiin Center, Azraeli Mall. The Hot chocolate I ordered was very good. It came out nice and hot. The service was very good and helpful, especially when my ride came quicker than planned and I had to get it to go. The pastries are good but very expensive.

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Thank Judithh12
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Reviewed February 15, 2013 via mobile

Nice outdoor patio to enjoy a snack and a cold beer while shopping! Food is Ok and reasonably priced for the area.. Service seams a little hit and miss? Free wifi!

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Thank wfalconbury
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Reviewed January 23, 2013

Good coffee opens only at 8'30 for breakfast although when I googled it said 7 am kids breakfast good value at 25 shekel more upmarket than aroma

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Thank dani73Melbourne
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Reviewed January 2, 2013

This very famous bakery in Jerusalem.
Food is good!
These are Israel’s version of Dunkin Donuts. They come in pareve and dairy. Kosher rabbanut.
High class doughnuts, dairy and very rich. They come in flavors such as halva, belgian chocolate, pistachio, whipped cream, white chocolate with a berry chaser (a syringe filled with fruit syrup), and “Vodka Double Espresso”- chocolate with an espresso chaser. What we like the most about these sufganiot is that they are filled with lots of filling, which is not standard for Israeli sufganiot.
Price: 8 shekels for the “standard” gourmet sufganiot, 9 for the chasers, 4.50 for traditional jelly and 5.50 for traditional ribat chalav (caramel).

Thank Alona75
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Reviewed December 31, 2012 via mobile

Great cackes and cooffee, good location after visiting the old city. It has free open wifi. It can be busy some days. It has a great atmosphere

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Thank PerMouritzen
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